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hallux have large terminal pads, and there is considerable fusion of the plantar pads; the index and middle digits have true claws. The pads cover a relatively
FIG. 5.  The  Spectral Tarsier (Tarsius spectrum}.
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larger area of the palms and soles than in the Lemurs, and there are fewer small epidermal elevations. As all these elevations have papillary ridges the tactile area is greater in Tarsius than in the Lemurs. There are